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Delta-8 is a drug that has been made to combat the effects of teleportation. It was approved by the FDA in 2034 after many years of tests showing benefits and minimal side effects. The most effective form is a pill, but there are some injection types as well. It basically puts your brain back together after you’re broken up into an atomic level and moved somewhere else quickly. There’s no way to describe what it feels like when you teleport using words, so if someone tells you they teleported, just let them know that they probably took Delta-8.

It does have plenty of medical uses though besides treating teleportation sickness when you Direct buy delta 8 online shopping. It can also be used to treat cancer and help with surgery recovery time (not teleport surgery though, that’s still impossible).

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As for the side effects… they basically just cause your brain to hurt a lot. They wear off quickly though, so you won’t be hurting for long. The actual process of taking Delta-8 is quite simple too. Just pop the pill in your mouth, drink some water, and it will be absorbed into your bloodstream through your stomach lining and quickly enter the brain where it puts all your neurons back together. Of course, there are steps to take before actually popping the pill:

1) You must not have eaten in at least 2 hours beforehand (it can go longer than that but makes it less effective), and

2) You must not have drunk anything other than water in the previous 10 minutes. Failure for either of those will result in minimal or no effect from the pill.

The reason it’s so effective is that all the neurons in your brain were taken apart and reorganized as you moved across space, but since they were still essentially connected, delta 8 online allows them to link back up as they move back into place. Any drug that moves things around at a molecular level has got to be difficult though; just think about all those complicated structures that have to line up perfectly or else everything is ruined again. But like I said, it really does work out well for most people (at least 97%…), and it’s not like there aren’t already other drugs that do other things at the molecular level.